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Spring 2001: Introduction

By International Journalism March 15, 2001

Reporting on Colombia’s war is extremely dangerous for journalists. For what they publish and broadcast, reporters are threatened and harassed, kidnapped and beaten, driven into exile and murdered. Only in Algeria have more journalists been murdered during recent years in retaliation for the work they do. Read more

Spring 2001: Book Reviews Introduction

By Books March 15, 2001

Robert Jensen, a journalism professor at the University of Texas at Austin, reviews “Drive-By Journalism: The Assault on Your Need to Know,” by Arthur Rowse. Anil Padmanabhan, a 2001 Nieman Fellow and economic affairs editor for Business Standard … Read more